Communication can be defined as the transfer of message from one person to another. Communication generally helps in the transmission of information’s, ideas, opinions and feelings. Due to communication, understanding is easy and misunderstanding can be avoided. Communication is very essential in personal and professional life. Communication is part of everyday life and plays an important role in business world today, especially in corporate organizations Communication is all about making a space for discussion and talking about how you feel as opposed to just saying what the other person did wrong. It’s about expressing how we feel and how we make people around us feel.
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Written communication has its own importance’s in corporate organizations.
For example; certain events, occasions or even meeting schedules can be written and then distributed.
2.2 Oral Communication
Oral communication is the most used form of communication. Oral communication is a communication which is usually spoken face to face or through a phone. Oral communication is very vital in corporate organizations because, it has high level of understanding and we get instant feedback from the receiver, which is very essential in corporates. It is actually, a more time consuming method of communication and it’s even the best way of problem solving, which is very important in teamwork in corporate organization.
For example; a meeting is a form of oral communication, which is the appropriate way exchanging ideas n corporate organization. Having a meeting is way of exchanging information’s and opinions within the co-workers or even between the employees and the management. This is an effective way of communicating in business corporates. Therefore, oral communication is a very effective method of communicating.
Written and oral communications have their own advantages and disadvantages. Advantages of written communication can be; there’s always an evidence or proof if anything goes wrong, but whereas in oral there is no such proof or evidence. On the other hand, the disadvantages of written communication can be; the feedback from the receiver takes time and this gives space for misunderstandings to occur but in this case oral communication is better than written communication because, the feedback is spontaneous.
2.3 Communication Process
In the communication process, the encoded message sent by the sender travels through a communication channel, which can be; face to face, video, telephone, speech, voicemail, online, email, letters or media and etc.
The receiver then receives the decoded message is again decoded by the sender.
Now the receiver encodes the decoded message one again and sends it again through a communication channel to the sender as a feedback. The decoded message is again decoded by the sender.
There are certain main components in the communication process; if those components are fulfilled communication will be effective.
The main components of the communication process are as follows:
1) The context
2) The sender/encoder
3) The message
4) The medium
5) The receiver/decoder
6) The feedback
Communication can either be verbal nor non-verbal. Both the types have their own importance.
2.4 Verbal Communication
Verbal communication is any form of communication involving words. It can either be written, spoken or even signed.
For example; a text message from your mother to come home early is also a form of verbal communication. Verbal communication is the common method of communication in today’s world. It’s the most easiest and appropriate...